Guam – Information about illegal drug activity taking place in a Sinajana home led law enforcement officers to trove of drugs and guns.
The Mandana Drug Task Force, the DEA and SWAT raided the home on Calle Angel Flores Street in Sinajana on Tuesday.
Inside the home officers discovered over 50 grams of cocaine, crystal methamphetamine, marijuana and two M1 .30 caliber carbine guns according to police.
GPD Spokesperson Sgt. Paul Tapao says two men identified as Tristan San Nicolas Duenas and Mathew Paul Borja Duenas were arrested as a result.
Both men were arrested on charges of illegal Possession of Schedule two Controlled Substance; Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance with the Intent to Distribute and Drug Free School Zone. Tristan was additionally charged with possession of Unregistered Firearms and illegal Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance while Mathew was additionally charged with child abuse.
Both men were booked and confined.
As you may recall, in March two packages containing 4 pounds of cocaine washed up on the shores of Hawaiian Rock and while law enforcement officers could not indicate if the cocaine seized in this recent arrest is tied to that discovery, since the incident there have been a total of three arrests related to possession of cocaine.